Obsessed With Pressed!

Anyone heard of Naked Juice? That super-sweet smoothie that just makes your tastebuds dance? I absolutely love all of their brands! I’ve tried them all and there’s not one that I don’t like. Recently I had the opportunity to taste the new line of cold-pressed juices, Naked Pressed, and I must say, I’m officially obsessed with Pressed!


Understand that this post is sponsored by Naked Cold Pressed Juice, and I appreciate the opportunity I have been given to write about my Cold Pressed experience, but I am also an honest person, and don’t want to sugar-coat my review. I’d like to share my real experience with Naked Cold Pressed Juice.

At first, when I tried the juice I thought the taste was a little bitter. It was definitely an acquired taste. Because of my sweet tooth, I’m used to Naked Juices always being very sweet. When I tried the Naked Cold Pressed juice in Cool Pineapple, it tasted like grass and cucumber with a hint of lemon.


After the initial gag, my brain told me, Corri, you have two choices. Either you can hate this juice and be an unhappy, unhealthy woman, or you can suck it up (and drink it up), knowing that you’re putting nothing but healthy vitamin-packed, nutrient rich, all natural cold-pressed juice from high quality fruits and vegetables into your system. I chose the latter.

It’s hard to eat/drink healthy foods, everyone knows that. When given the choice between a warm, thick chocolate chunk brownie, topped with three scoops of cookie dough ice cream, drizzled in hot chocolatey fudge and a dash of whipped cream….. or a plate of sliced cucumbers, I bet I know which one you’ll choose. I know which one I’d choose! But let’s face it. Which one will make you feel healthy, happy, and enriched afterwards? Which one has nutrients and antioxidants in it? Which one will give you energy? Which one will help your body digest foods properly, and contribute to an overall healthier person with a positive, non-cranky attitude? The cucumbers.


My favorite Naked Cold Pressed Juice is the Bright Greens flavor. With apples, cucumber, celery, romaine, kale, lemon, spinach, and wheatgrass, it definitely has a sweeter taste than the rest of the juices. I loved the Bold Beet flavor also, I stuck a bendy straw in it and sipped it throughout the day – the taste brought me back to my childhood days when I ate dirt and drank from the hose, only I knew it had many key nutrients in it that made me feel so much more energized throughout the day.


I realize that this juice is not something that I would start craving and ravenously guzzling immediately, it’s something that I know my body needs, and that makes me crave it. Just a shot of juice in the morning with my breakfast or after a brisk walk picks me up and lifts my spirits.

Naked Cold Pressed juices are currently rolling out in most grocery and health food stores on the West Coast. Each Naked Cold Pressed Juice is made with ready-to-eat, high quality fruits and vegetables that are cold-pressed right into the bottle. The juices are shipped immediately to ensure only the highest-quality, best-tasting juice hits the shelf every time. Naked Pressed have no added sugar, no preservatives and are verified by the Non GMO Project.

You can take Naked Cold Pressed Juice anywhere with you – you can sip it throughout the day, chug a bottle after a workout, share shots of it with your gym buddies, enjoy it after a nice hike, or guzzle it during a long boring day at the office when you need a boost of energy and a reason to enjoy life again!

Why am I obsessed with Pressed? Drinking these juices made me more cautious of my healthy eating habits throughout the day. Something about the taste of Naked Cold Pressed juice made me want to stay active, because I knew that I was drinking it with a greater purpose than just quenching a thirst.

You can find Naked Pressed in your local West Coast grocery stores and coming soon nationwide.

I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.

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